Mark your calendars! Tuesday, July 21, the triplex home of felon extraordinaire Marc Dreier will be auctioned off to the highest bidder in New York bankruptcy court. This is a sweet chance for speculators who can't afford Bernie Madoff's penthouse to pick up a little piece of history, and luxurious digs to boot: The 3,000-square-foot apartment, on the 34th floor of the Bloomberg building, has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a 738-square-foot terrace, and access to all the other amenities within the building, like a pool, entertainment suite, and the opportunity to sneak into the offices of Bloomberg LP and eat their free oatmeal. But what makes this place special is that it's not just another one of those "a celebrity may have spent one night here, maybe" situations. Dreier has really infused the place with his spirit, seeing as he's been confined to the apartment since being arrested for fraud back in December. And think of how much fun it will be to speculate with dinner-party guests about where exactly in the apartment he might have fondled prosties! (Salma Hayek video most likely not included.)
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